-em

/əm/ (say uhm)

Aboriginal English
1. a suffix used to mark transitive verbs, as in learnem, chasem, hearem.
2. a third-person object marker: we catch a pig and we bin eatem.
Also, -im. {from them, him}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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